Tiara Oriental Hotel

Address: 7248 Malugay corner Talisay Streets, San Antonio Village, Makati, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1252, Philippines | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 7248 Malugay corner Talisay Streets, San Antonio Village, Makati, is near Manila Ocean Park, Paco Park, Avilon Zoo, and Pan de Amerikana.
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      Travel Blogs from Makati

      Check Out These Quick Tips To Travel Like A Pro

      A travel blog entry by freyamorton28 on Jun 18, 2014

      ... at a water fountain. If the tap water is less than appealing to you, bring a single serve packet of drink mix to add to the bottle.
      A lot of hotels offer discounted rates to locals, especially during the off-season. If you're going somewhere where you have family or friends, you should have them ask about a local discount. If there is one, you can have them book the hotel for you and save yourself some money!
      Do not put a ...

      Trip Update

      A travel blog entry by aaronkdean on Mar 07, 2014

      8 comments

      ... me up, only 11 hours after I was supposed to arrive. Thankfully I was able to let Rey know so he could stay home till the right time. Arrived a bit tired, had breakfast with Rey at MacDonalds, and he dropped me off at my room, a small bedroom off of the meeting hall. So I only have to walk 15 feet to the lecturn for church.
      A note about ...

      Filipino finale

      A travel blog entry by adandgen on Feb 01, 2014

      ... are more expensive than white taxis, but both are metered. - At the airport, yellow taxis are readily available. White taxis aren't allowed to pick up at the airport, but if you go to the drop-off point for departures you can usually pick one up that is dropping off another passenger. We decided the price difference wasn't worth the extra walk. Do not get a prepaid car. - When getting a taxi in the city, try to flag one down on the street. Those are usually the honest ones. If a taxi ...

      The Day That Never Seemed to End

      A travel blog entry by elsat on Nov 26, 2013

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... something to be thankful for.

      As I spoke with some of the home stay mothers and some of my closest friend their experience of the typhoon unfolded. The wind and rain began early, slowly stirring up any loose items around the neighborhood and bending some of the trees. But the terror of the storm came with extensive, instantaneous flooding that reached well over their heads in seconds. Some of the explained how they got to their second floor just in time before ...

      Food in the Philippines

      A travel blog entry by alizalums on Jul 03, 2013

      3 photos

      ... did: -know the address of where you're staying (you need it for immigration forms) - don't be naive in thinking you won't need cash in that currency - there's a charge of 550 pacer ($12.50USD) for getting through customs (Philippines) - not all taxis take card (even if the concierge replies "yes,yes" with a big grin on his face to absolutely anything you say) Now for a 14 hour flight to LAX with no tv screen. Meow. ...